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Report: Trump tried to fire Mueller

31 Enero 2018, 11:00 | Bibiana Flor

Report: Trump tried to fire Mueller

An FBI investigation and congressional probes into the Trump campaign and contacts with Russia continue to shadow the administration each new development a focus of White House press briefings and attention on Capitol Hill. President Donald Trump has dis

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who played a prominent role in the Trump campaign, was questioned for hours by the special counsel last week.

First, Hannity claimed the Times was "trying to distract you". White House counsel Don McGahn refused to order the Justice Department to fire Mueller because he disagreed with the President's reasoning, the source said.

Friday morning President Trump shot down the report, calling it "fake news". "Typical New York Times fake stories". "Look at the car wreck, look at the car wreck!"

Trump also believed Mueller had a conflict of interest because he worked for the same law firm that was representing Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner, according to the AP. The media and people who have nothing else to listen to except the misdeeds of the Trump.

USA Today also relied on unnamed sources. Cory Booker (D-NJ) said it showed Trump's "tendencies" to do things in "an authoritarian and anti-democratic manner".

However, Trump had no such scruples about commenting as he arrived at a conference centre in the snowbound Swiss mountain resort yesterday.

Gingrich pointed out that in a text message, then-FBI official Peter Strzok expressed that "there's no big there there" in regard to the Russia investigation.

"I know that the president has been frustrated by this investigation", Mr Short said.

After addressing the report, co-host Ainsley Earhardt took a cue from Hannity's performance the night before, and quickly pivoted to immigration.

"The awesome responsibilities of the presidency are more significant to the nation than the outcome of any particular criminal case", said McCarthy. "No, I'm not dismissing anybody", Trump said.

When asked about findings in the Senate Intelligence Committee investigation, Warner said he has "reserved final judgment until we see all the witnesses and get all the facts". There is no obstruction whatsoever. "I would do it under oath, absolutely". "If there were good cause, I would act".

Scaramucci was responding to reports that the President called for Mueller's firing last June. Mueller headed the FBI between 2001 and 2013.



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